No matter how active of a user you are, it shouldn't come as a surprise that the Facebook app has become incredibly bloated over the last couple years. If you aren't a fan of the million extra features it has and simply want to focus on the basics, you should probably check out Facebook Lite.
Facebook Lite has been around since 2015 as a stripped down version of the main Facebook app, but it's just now being released in the United States.
The app was originally designed for developing countries where smartphones aren't as powerful, but Facebook says it's now expanding to developed markets to help people stay connected even when they have poor data speeds.
In addition to the U.S., Facebook Lite is also coming to Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany, New Zealand, and Ireland.
Facebook Lite is rolling out to these countries now, and you can download it from the Play Store by tapping the button below.
Android 11 is on the way — here's everything you need to know
Android 11 is the big Android release for 2020, and it's shaping up to be an exciting update. We're following all of the changes and new features so you know exactly what to expect when the final build is available later this year.
Ninja's comments show how games continue to be inaccesible, and it sucks
Games are inaccessible enough without somebody as visible as Ninja coming along and making it worse.
Google launches first Android 11 Developer Preview for Pixel phones
The first developer preview for Android 11 is here with enhancements for 5G, support for hole-punch and waterfall screens, call-screening APIs, enhanced privacy features, and more.
The best clear cases for the Galaxy Note 10+
Clear cases are awesome cases, especially when you're putting them on a phone as pretty as the Note 10+.